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IND vs SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills

IND vs SA: Daren Sammy, the captain of the West Indies and a two-time T20 World Cup champion, praised Indian all-format skipper Rohit Sharma and referred to him as a “team first” sort of leader.

The 35-year-old was chosen as Team India’s all-format skipper after Virat Kohli resigned from the role following the conclusion of the T20 World Cup in the UAE last year.

The Men in Blue will be led by Rohit Sharma as they attempt to capture their first championship since the tournament’s inception in 2007 at the upcoming T20 World Cup. Under MS Dhoni’s captaincy, India won the first T20 World Cup in 2007, but they haven’t won an ICC trophy in this format since.

In an interview with Vimal Kumar posted on the latter’s YouTube channel, Sammy commended Sharma for his leadership skills, saying, “I love the way he leads. Mumbai Indians have been among the most prosperous IPL franchises because of this. He is a “team-first” captain rather than one who puts himself first.

IND VS SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills
IND vs SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills

The team always comes first when you have a leader who can inspire men; it doesn’t matter who does the work for the team. And Rohit Sharma strikes me as being like that.

IND vs SA: It Will Be Fascinating to Watch How Things Turn Out During the WC – Sammy

Rohit Sharma has been a successful T20I captain since taking over as the team’s permanent captain. India is now leading South Africa 2-0 under his direction after recently defeating Australia in a series.

After their disappointing T20 World Cup performance in the UAE, India has made a deliberate attempt to be much more offensive, especially with the bat. Sammy, though, backed the action as he added:

You need to regularly update the app you have on your phone. That (previous) strategy was acceptable when they prevailed. However, there will always be a potential for them to score sooner than you do if you have teams who can strike boundaries.

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Consolidating too much causes you to fall behind. Even if you lose wickets if you play aggressively and attempt to put the bowlers under strain early, you can still consolidate since your run rate is so high.

With Rohit Sharma and India today, I see a difference in that. They have the staff to carry it out. It would be fascinating to watch how it plays out at the World Cup this year in Australia,” Sammy said.

India Lost the Third T20I By 49 Runs

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At the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Tuesday, South Africa defeated India in the third and final Twenty20 match of the series by a score of 49 runs. India struggled to get going while trying to chase down a large 228-run total after losing Rohit Sharma in the opening over. The South African bowlers continued to chip in with wickets during the subsequent match, and India was eventually bowled out for 178 in 18.3 overs.

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Dinesh Karthik blasted 46 runs off just 21 balls, but other Indian batters were unable to extend their innings. After Rilee Rossouw hit his first T20I century and South Africa posted a significant total of 227 for 3 in 20 overs, this took place. With a 43-ball 68, Quinton de Kock also helped the team’s cause. Rossouw scored 100 without being stopped after 48 balls. Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, decided to field first against South Africa after winning the toss.

IND vs SA: Daren Sammy, the captain of the West Indies and a two-time T20 World Cup champion, praised Indian all-format skipper Rohit Sharma and referred to him as a “team first” sort of leader.

The 35-year-old was chosen as Team India’s all-format skipper after Virat Kohli resigned from the role following the conclusion of the T20 World Cup in the UAE last year.

The Men in Blue will be led by Rohit Sharma as they attempt to capture their first championship since the tournament’s inception in 2007 at the upcoming T20 World Cup. Under MS Dhoni’s captaincy, India won the first T20 World Cup in 2007, but they haven’t won an ICC trophy in this format since.

In an interview with Vimal Kumar posted on the latter’s YouTube channel, Sammy commended Sharma for his leadership skills, saying, “I love the way he leads. Mumbai Indians have been among the most prosperous IPL franchises because of this. He is a “team-first” captain rather than one who puts himself first.

IND VS SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills
IND vs SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills

The team always comes first when you have a leader who can inspire men; it doesn’t matter who does the work for the team. And Rohit Sharma strikes me as being like that.

IND vs SA: It Will Be Fascinating to Watch How Things Turn Out During the WC – Sammy

Rohit Sharma has been a successful T20I captain since taking over as the team’s permanent captain. India is now leading South Africa 2-0 under his direction after recently defeating Australia in a series.

After their disappointing T20 World Cup performance in the UAE, India has made a deliberate attempt to be much more offensive, especially with the bat. Sammy, though, backed the action as he added:

You need to regularly update the app you have on your phone. That (previous) strategy was acceptable when they prevailed. However, there will always be a potential for them to score sooner than you do if you have teams who can strike boundaries.

Consolidating too much causes you to fall behind. Even if you lose wickets if you play aggressively and attempt to put the bowlers under strain early, you can still consolidate since your run rate is so high.

With Rohit Sharma and India today, I see a difference in that. They have the staff to carry it out. It would be fascinating to watch how it plays out at the World Cup this year in Australia,” Sammy said.

India Lost the Third T20I By 49 Runs

At the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Tuesday, South Africa defeated India in the third and final Twenty20 match of the series by a score of 49 runs. India struggled to get going while trying to chase down a large 228-run total after losing Rohit Sharma in the opening over. The South African bowlers continued to chip in with wickets during the subsequent match, and India was eventually bowled out for 178 in 18.3 overs.

Dinesh Karthik blasted 46 runs off just 21 balls, but other Indian batters were unable to extend their innings. After Rilee Rossouw hit his first T20I century and South Africa posted a significant total of 227 for 3 in 20 overs, this took place. With a 43-ball 68, Quinton de Kock also helped the team’s cause. Rossouw scored 100 without being stopped after 48 balls. Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, decided to field first against South Africa after winning the toss.

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IND vs SA: Daren Sammy, the captain of the West Indies and a two-time T20 World Cup champion, praised Indian all-format skipper Rohit Sharma and referred to him as a “team first” sort of leader.

The 35-year-old was chosen as Team India’s all-format skipper after Virat Kohli resigned from the role following the conclusion of the T20 World Cup in the UAE last year.

The Men in Blue will be led by Rohit Sharma as they attempt to capture their first championship since the tournament’s inception in 2007 at the upcoming T20 World Cup. Under MS Dhoni’s captaincy, India won the first T20 World Cup in 2007, but they haven’t won an ICC trophy in this format since.

In an interview with Vimal Kumar posted on the latter’s YouTube channel, Sammy commended Sharma for his leadership skills, saying, “I love the way he leads. Mumbai Indians have been among the most prosperous IPL franchises because of this. He is a “team-first” captain rather than one who puts himself first.

IND VS SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills
IND vs SA: Daren Sammy Praised Rohit Sharma For His Captaincy Skills

The team always comes first when you have a leader who can inspire men; it doesn’t matter who does the work for the team. And Rohit Sharma strikes me as being like that.

IND vs SA: It Will Be Fascinating to Watch How Things Turn Out During the WC – Sammy

Rohit Sharma has been a successful T20I captain since taking over as the team’s permanent captain. India is now leading South Africa 2-0 under his direction after recently defeating Australia in a series.

After their disappointing T20 World Cup performance in the UAE, India has made a deliberate attempt to be much more offensive, especially with the bat. Sammy, though, backed the action as he added:

You need to regularly update the app you have on your phone. That (previous) strategy was acceptable when they prevailed. However, there will always be a potential for them to score sooner than you do if you have teams who can strike boundaries.

Consolidating too much causes you to fall behind. Even if you lose wickets if you play aggressively and attempt to put the bowlers under strain early, you can still consolidate since your run rate is so high.

With Rohit Sharma and India today, I see a difference in that. They have the staff to carry it out. It would be fascinating to watch how it plays out at the World Cup this year in Australia,” Sammy said.

India Lost the Third T20I By 49 Runs

At the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Tuesday, South Africa defeated India in the third and final Twenty20 match of the series by a score of 49 runs. India struggled to get going while trying to chase down a large 228-run total after losing Rohit Sharma in the opening over. The South African bowlers continued to chip in with wickets during the subsequent match, and India was eventually bowled out for 178 in 18.3 overs.

Dinesh Karthik blasted 46 runs off just 21 balls, but other Indian batters were unable to extend their innings. After Rilee Rossouw hit his first T20I century and South Africa posted a significant total of 227 for 3 in 20 overs, this took place. With a 43-ball 68, Quinton de Kock also helped the team’s cause. Rossouw scored 100 without being stopped after 48 balls. Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, decided to field first against South Africa after winning the toss.

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